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09-20-15, 09:24 PM
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Posted By Mike Linneman

Hey all, Thanks for your responses. It turns...

Hey all,

Thanks for your responses. It turns out that the "second" breaker was just wired to nothing. No clue what the person was thinking but I found the neutral and hot connected to the panel...
09-17-15, 10:51 PM
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Posted By Mike Linneman

Hey PJmax, Thanks for the quick reply. ...

Hey PJmax,

Thanks for the quick reply.

The panel was already mapped via turning off and on and seeing what gets effected. It would be just regular outlets and a few lights.

I've realized...
09-17-15, 10:00 PM
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Views: 813
Posted By Mike Linneman

Question Knob and Tube Removal

Hi all,

I've got a question about knob and tube removal. I've been told that "most" of the knob and tube was previously removed. However there is clearly 1 run left (live) which does this:


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Views: 1,695
Posted By Mike Linneman

Hey chandler, Thanks for the quick reply....

Hey chandler,

Thanks for the quick reply. Just to be clear as you say in winter the deck may shift/heave a bit, but once warmer weather comes and the ground thaws it should settle back to where I...
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Posted By Mike Linneman

Question 10x10 feet deck support options

Hi all,

I live in Toronto Canada so weather wise we freezing temperatures, rain, and a little summer ;)

I plan to be constructing a 10x10 PT deck which is not raised off the ground much. No...
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Posted By Mike Linneman

Thanks for the response. Don't have any pictures...

Thanks for the response. Don't have any pictures however when putting the post in the bracket it is not skewed to to much. I'd say there is half an inch at most, probably less of space below one side...
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Posted By Mike Linneman

Exclamation Sonotube Post Bracket

Hey all,

Set some sonotubes recently and put post brackets in them. One of the brackets appears to have moved and/or set a little un-level which causes the post to be slanted a bit when placed in....
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